Nigerian Coach, Ndubuisi Egbo has become the first African Coach to qualify a club for the UEFA Champions League.
He coached FK Tirana to their first Albanian League trophy in 11 years which will see them take part in next season’s Champions League.
The 46-year-old who had 12 appearances for the Super Eagles – between 1999 and 2002 when he was a goalkeeper for KF Tirana – is also believed to be the first African to achieve that feat.
Ndubuisi frites from football in 2011 and then became the goalkeeping coach of Albanian team Bylis before he rejoined Tirana in 2014 in the same role and was promoted to head coach in 2019
As a Footballer, he won an AFCON Silver and Bronze. He also won the Nigerian league